Tonight we had the third of our rehearsed readings, Ravine by Margaret Irish. This fantastic psychological play sees two people on an adventure holiday get trapped in a ravine, when one of them falls in. Irish has created a difficult play that highlights darker sides to everyday characters, placed in extraordinary circumstances.
This reading is the third in our series of six, and marks our halfway point, as we move into the last readings in this series. Still to come we have: Some Kind of Stranger, School of Thought and The Kitchen, the Bedroom and the Grave.
With these three great readings to come, it's going to be an exciting last few months for the readings, as the summer hots up it's a great way to spend an early evening and then relax with a nice glass of free wine. So check out the remaining readings, only three to go.